Men’s Soccer Falls to Dartmouth, 3-1

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CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – The Harvard men's soccer team (0-12-1, 0-5-0 Ivy) fell to Dartmouth (6-6-2, 3-1-1 Ivy) by a score of 3-1 on Saturday night at Jordan Field. Willem Ebbinge highlighted the game with his first career score on a penalty kick in the ninth minute. 

Alfred Perez and Ebbinge led the offense with four and three shots on target respectively while Oskar Nilsson made his eighth appearance in net this season, making two saves. 

Dartmouth made a statement early, getting itself on the board in the third minute of play. Ebbinge's penalty shot followed in the ninth minute after he was tripped on the left side of the goal. The first-year would convert on the PK to tie the score at one. Just before the first half expired, the Big Green took the lead on a cross 12 yards out. Early in the bottom half, Dartmouth secured the win with a score from six yards out. 

Harvard Highlights

Game Notes

  • Harvard outshot Dartmouth 12-11.
  • The Crimson fielded five corner kicks to the Big Green's three. 

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Harvard will travel for its final road game next Sunday, Nov. 10 at Columbia.